CCLA


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AcronymDefinition
CCLAChief Commissioner of Land Administration (India)
CCLACanadian Civil Liberties Association
CCLACentral Collegiate Lacrosse Association (sports conference; various schools)
CCLACollege Center for Library Automation
CCLACatholic Charities of Los Angeles (California)
CCLACasualty Claim Law Associate
CCLAClear Channel Los Angeles (California)
CCLACorrespondence Chess League of America
CCLACountry Club of Louisiana
CCLACorporate Criminal Liability Act (California)
CCLAClub Culture et Loisirs d'Aucamville (French: Aucamville Culture and Recreation Club; Aucamville, France)
CCLAConnecticut Chinese Language Academy
CCLACascade-Correlation Learning Architecture
CCLAConcerned Citizens of Los Alamos
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A CCLA could be drafted so as not to be particularly unburdensome and perhaps to have quite reasonable requirements and prohibitions.
COIF is classified as an alternative investment fund under applicable regulation and accordingly is managed by CCLA Fund Managers Limited, an Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive-compliant (wholly owned) subsidiary of CCLA.
"Members of the firm take pro bono cases and contribute volunteer service to CCLA and LAS among other organizations in the community."
An overview of the CCLA quarterly journal Zhongguo Bijiao Wenxue (Comparative Literature in China) 1984-2008 the following were published: in poetics and literary theory 28 articles; in area studies and specific topics 17 articles; in genre studies 15 articles; in general culture 10 articles; in Western and Chinese literary theory 9 articles; in translation studies 6 articles; in methodology 2 articles; in gender studies 1 article; and book reviews and interviews 2 articles.
"CCLA owes the success of LINCC to the cooperative spirit of the community colleges, their libraries and administrators, and the support of the State Board of Community Colleges and the Legislature," said J.
In January of 2004, to more effectively serve the under-served population in Broward County, partnering agency CCLA was formed to address the needs of clients who could be served under federal Legal Services Corporation (LSC) funding, freeing LAS to direct its resources to segments of the under-served population not able to be represented under LSC restrictions.
The Cllr Achievement Awards are run by the Local Government Information Unit and the CCLA, a specialist investment organisation which works with charities and local authorities.
More than 400 supporters attended this year's For The Public Good event, hosted by Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) and Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA).